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Esther Schindler
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Lives in Scottsdale, Arizona
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Bibliometrics: Global gender disparities in science
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I totally agree with this.

(Just don't ask me to give of my chocolate.)
 
You get the best out of others when you give the best of yourself!
#quoteoftheday  
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... But you Esther can have my chocolate tooo :)
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NASA's Curiosity Rover Finds Biologically Useful Nitrogen on Mars
The discovery adds to the evidence that ancient Mars was habitable.
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It used to be nitrous oxide. The Martians laughed themselves to death.
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Okay... now this is neat.

I love it when technology really does improve the quality of life.
 
Bedsores add about $11 billion in healthcare costs each year in the U.S. alone, not to mention the pain for the patients that develop them. UC Berkeley researchers have developed a smart bandage that can detect skin damage before the symptoms are visible. #healthtech   #wearable  
Patients who are confined to a bed or wheelchair for extended lengths of time are susceptible of developing pressure ulcers, also known as bedsores. Pressure on one part of the body for too long can cut off blood flow to the skin, resulting in damaged tissue that eventually dies and results in wounds that can …
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Thanks for the share, +Esther Schindler. It is a neat story, isn't it? That's why I love that I get to write about stuff like this for Health Tech Insider (www.healthtechinsider.com).
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A Simple Definition: What is Data Deduplication?

If you work in IT and are responsible for backing up large amounts of data, you’ve probably heard the term data deduplication. What exactly does it mean, and why does it matter? Here's the short-and-sweet answer.
If you work in IT and are responsible for backing up large amounts of data, you've probably heard the term data deduplication. What exactly does it mean, and why does it matter? The purpose of data deduplication is to eliminate redundant data. In the deduplication process, extra copies of the ...
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Good question, +Mace Moneta . I'm going to see if I can find out if these kind of tests have been done, and by whom.
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How cool!
 
Nice piece on illustrator Wally Wood who was instrumental in the creation of science fiction comic book. The article includes a great sampling of his work.

#scificomics   #sciencefiction #wallywood  

 
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Reusable Bags Make People Buy Organic—and Junk: An Interview with Uma Karmarkar

For all you tree-hugging, Prius-driving, NPR-listening good doobies. Give yourself a cookie. You've earned it.

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Test Your Data Privacy Readiness: How Do You Measure Up?

Your company might be putting full attention on ensuring it’s a responsible steward of user and customer data. But how can you be sure your efforts are enough? This data privacy checklist from +Druva  can help you measure your processes against the most stringent standards. #dataprivacy   #netsec  
Your company might be putting full attention on ensuring it's a responsible steward of user and customer data. But how can you be sure your efforts are enough? This data privacy checklist can help you measure your processes against the most stringent standards.
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My friend Tom Henderson on Salesforce's decision in the light of Indiana's "Religious Freedoms" act to "canceling all programs that require our customers/employees to travel to Indiana to face discrimination." They won't be the last.
A controversial new law in Indiana could cost the state significant investment from Salesforce.
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Can religious groups refuse to serve African Americans, Jews, Muslims, and Christians under this law? Good move by all those protesting this. It is bigotry couches in misreadings of an old book. 
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Turning on the ILLUMINATE15 Spotlight

Yup: +Druva is sponsoring a user conference. #cool!

People in nearly every IT user community look for an opportunity to connect: To share experiences, to learn from subject-matter experts how to get the most out of their tools, to discover “like minds.” So I am excited to announce a conference for Druva users, coming this fall. 

http://www.druva.com/blog/turning-on-the-illuminate15-spotlight/
People in nearly every IT user community look for an opportunity to connect: To share experiences, to learn from subject-matter experts how to get the most out of their tools, to discover “like minds.” So I am excited to announce a conference for Druva users, coming this fall.
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Googling where Missippi is located. Wow, it is in the urban dictionary.

Missippi
This is how southern people say and sometimes write Mississippi; Mississippi-iss=Missippi

"Hey y'all!! I'm from Missippi."
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Advances in hardware and standards make Java (!) winner for IoT programming says +Cameron Laird  . #embedded #realtime
Would you believe that Java is poised to dominate the next explosion of the Internet? Built for embedded computing and streamlined for real-time applications, here's why Java is the language for IoT.
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writer, editor, online community manager, industry analyst, chocoholic
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  • CMP
  • Ziff Davis
  • Digital Media Network
  • CIO.com
  • Penobscot Research Center
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Flushing, New York - Deer Isle, Maine - Queens, New York
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Editor. Writer. Chocoholic. Like any of this is surprising to you?
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Writer. Editor. Online community activist. Technology evangelist. Chocoholic. Not necessarily in that order.

Current gigs:
Co-author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Twitter Marketing (May 2012, Alpha)
Education
  • Francis Lewis High School
  • Brandeis University
  • North American College of Data Processing
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Esther Levy (maiden name)